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DrachenspieleH affect every one of usThe story takes us deep into mainland China where much remains unchanged from how things were during the Cultural Revolution the ordinary people still fear the authorities and the power they yield and with good reason corruption is everywherePaul and Christine visit her brother and his family and discover with good reason corruption is everywherePaul and Christine visit her brother and his family and discover village beset with problems which have devastating effects on the ocal cats as well as the villagers Being used to the open societies of New effects on the If My Love Were a Fire Truck: A Daddy's Love Song local cats as well as the villagers Being used to the open societies of New and Hong Kong Paul attempts to unravel what is happening and to get justice for those who have been stricken with a mystery sickness But China isn t open the people are not free and this goes eually for foreigners who choose to visit Paul finds himself and those he cares about are not beyond theong AND MERCILESS ARMS OF THE LAWIF YOU LIKE A merciless arms of the Write It When I'm Gone: Remarkable Off-The-Record Conversations with Gerald R. Ford lawIf youike a crime thriller and are interested in the Orient this will be right up your street Make time to read this un put downable novel which I guarantee you will enjoyPashtpawsBreakaway Reviewers received a copy of the book to review Probably anyone could sit down and ink out a story if they put their mind to it But there are only those most talented who can show as story as well as tell in Ready for Summer language that penetrates beyond the emotional word Sendker offers that excellence in this suspenseful of a journey of discovery in a world of Chinese politicsReviewed in A really interesting insight intoife in China and Hong Kong although through a novelised prism and set in the recentish past Although the author is German rather than Chinese anyone who has read Wild Swans will recognise the accuracy of much of what this book says about the disastrous effect which the Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution had on inter generational relationships in China The novel doesn t cover the one child policy which is a shame but I thought that overall it was very interesting in terms of political insightSo for the plot itself This theme has been covered often in American dramas of the Cyberselfish A Critical Romp Through The Terribly Libertarian Culture Of High Tech likes of Erin Brockivitch but I felt that the unusual setting the wrestling with uite different cultural and political norms and the tension 35 I don t think this book was as good as his previous two books itacked the poignancy of The Art of Hearing Heartbeats and A Well Tempered Heart 35A somewhat familiar tale foreigner with perfect Chinese A coerência textual language skills and a fixation on Asian women Throw in a theme of present day corruption as China strives to put a wide screen TV in every apartment and proliferating cars obliterate theandscape Well what s Write Your Novel!: Tips from a Bestseller left of theandscape after it was deforested and polluted The main character Paul s self fixation doesn t end and one is almost continuously treated to overwritten angst as he dissects his every move and emotion but remains insensitive to others This must be the new touchy feely male Spare me Give me a cultured but competent male who knows how to tie a tie and shoot a gun not pages of getting in touch with yourself A further annoyance supporting characters simply disappear in the end their outcomes missing This prompted a re read of the final two chapters to be sure dozing off hadn t Dogs Behaving Badly led toosing track of aything No they simply vanished The Cultural Revolution in China First Year Teacher: Wit and Wisdom from Teachers Who'€ve Been There left scars deeper than our Civil War In easy prose but with great detail of Hong Kong Shanghai and Chinese villages this is an intrigue a romance and a story of family healing after the horrors of Mao s nightmarish regime Think of A Civil Action but in a place where asking uestions can get a whole family in deep trouble We see Chinese culture through the eyes and filter of Paul an American who hasived in China for dec. Rd Sein Gerechtigkeitssinn zwingt ihn zum Handeln und zu spät wird ihm klar dass er durch seine Einmischung alles in Gefahr bringt was er ie. F a German ex pat Paul who becomes embroiled in discovering the mystery of a debilitating illness caused by a polluted April 16th: Virginia Tech Remembers lake in China Rampant political corruption makes it nearly impossible to bring justice to the community and endangers Paul and his girlfriend song ost family Throughout the novel characters struggle with deep oss falling in Mindful Living with Aspergers Syndrome love and moving on after a tragedyThe novel s central mystery made my gall rise mostly because issues highlighted in the novel still exist in the world today The beginning story arc of a fortune teller s enigmatic prediction adds an extraayer of trepidation to the story because I really wanted everyone to have a happy ending After everything that happens in the novel the resolution is unexpected and almost unlikely I say almost but it s a relief after everything the characters went through What really made me enjoy this book was the well written ayered and realistic characters Sendker s characters had believable motivations and were complex they seemed ike people I would meet on the street or acted in ways I might act myself After reading many stories with simplistic protagonists and villains these multi faceted characters were fascinating to read Sendker also writes elegantly and deeply about compassion and heartache in ways that really resonated with me Overall Sendker s writing style is expressive without being overly wordy which I really admire 45 stars Oh no My favorite author that wrote the ART OF HEARING HEARTBEATS didn t impress First of all I had no idea this was a triology The book doesn t say on the outside it is a 2nd of 3 Therefore I am reading them out of order which I don t The Habitat Guide to Birding like I had actually bought the first one and it also doesn t say it is part of a group so I am now reading 1 but was shocked when the character had the same nameThe book is much simple than the ART OF HEARING HEARTBEATS which is one of the best developedove stories poetically written that I have ever read This book reminds me of something written by a MYSTERY OR POLITICAL ACTION NOVEL THAT IS MUCH MAINSTREAM or political action novel that is much mainstream simple in its recipe The best part of it was the character development of the parents that Space Kid live in Yiwu and theirove story and actionsthoughts throughout the book The other characters aren t deep the mystery Jan Philipp Sendker has a way with words His prose is simply beautiful Melodic even He writes about characters whose Circumstantial Evidence: Death, Life, and Justice in a Southern Town lives you want to care deeply about And it is because of this that I truly wanted toove this story And yet it eft me wanting I wanted from Jan Philipp Sendker Because I know he has it to give I witnessed it in his first novel the Ar Dragon Games Jan Philipp Sendker5 uneuivocal starsThe diverse realities of modern day China brought to ifeSendker has done it again When I was asked to review Whispering Shadows earlier this year I was blown away by the power of his writing I was mesmerised by the fully rounded plot ine and the uality the power of his writing I was mesmerised by the fully rounded plot ine and the uality the writing and delighted to be offered this to reviewIn this book we revisit the relationship between Paul Leibovitz and his Chinese girlfriend Christine since Whispering Shadows they have become closer and could be on the cusp of making their Down We Go: Living Into the Wild Ways of Jesus lives together permanent Then Christine receives a suddenetter that turns both their Reach for the Rainbow: Advanced Healing for Survivors of Sexual Abuse lives upside downSendker is such a great writer not only does he create fully formed characters and a complex plotine but his knowledge of Hong Kong and China and of the beliefs fears and traditions of the Chinese people brings the whole story to ife Not only this but he differs from many writers in being completely empathic in his understanding of how people deal with the troubles whic. 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The Language of Solitude is the STORY OF PAUL LEIBOVITZ WHO TRAVELS of Paul Leibovitz who travels a village outside Shanghai with his partner Christine when she receives a etter from her ong assumed dead brother There he uncovers a terrible incident involving the villagers health and the most powerful chemical company in China There may be some mild spoilers below I struggled with reading this work I found the characters dislikable and pigeonholed into characteristics and even worse stereotypes The main character Paul a foreign man who seems to be depicted as incredibly perfect from his flawless Mandarin and Cantonese to his ironclad sense of justice was unrealistic and upsetting in his hypocrisies All the Chinese people in the BOOK ARE PAINTED AS PASSIVE COWARDLY are painted as passive cowardly or just blossoming into confidence under Paul s tutelagePaul for whom a huge part of his ife seems to be his clingy ove for Christine becomes rapidly almost unbelievably so involved with Christine s rediscovered brother s family without discussing with Christine and despite her displeasure and her needing him He is presumptive and brash from making decisions concerning Christine s family without discussing with her to refusing to understand Chinese cultural differences these are generally portrayed in the novel from a distinctly foreign perspective despite some sections being written from a Chinese person s view Despite Christine as being described as a strong woman by Paul she is crippled by superstition and her character development falls very much to the wayside in spite of it being perfectly set up in earlier chapters her relationship with these rediscovered family members and how that changes is ignored in favor of Paul s changing relationship with her kin Yin Yin the niece is painted as a naive unassuming aspiring musician who only gains confidence and strength with Paul s help and whose youth and inexperience "is emphasized in everything from her emails containing ittle punctuation and rambling sentences in comparison "emphasized in everything from her emails containing ittle punctuation and rambling sentences in comparison Paul s grammatically correct and succinct ones The other secondary characters are similarly one dimensional and any growth the characters experience are sudden and jarring The world described in this novel seems akin to how a thriller would read where monsters urk around every corner in the terror that is the mainland China where people are secreted away and intimidation runs rampant And perhaps this is not without some merit but the exact situations also are not written in a particularly believable manner The story also seems to suffer from a ack of focus with no particular growth in either the overarching topic or in character development All in all a disappointing read and a depiction of Chinese people and China that I found not particularly nuanced and or deserving of the hugely complex culture that exists in China Elements were most definitely included in the novel representative of the author s stated interaction with China but the delicate relationships and balances between those aspects seemed presumptive and discordantly written For me it is difficult to read a tale where a foreign man come swooping in to try to affect change in Chinese people who are painted as backwardly superstitious overwhelmingly afraid and unfashionably unidimensional without him While I understand that this book is a work of fiction and that it is generally well written although rife with freuent philosophical tangents that don t seem to fit the tone of the tale with a foundation for an interesting plot this book made me furious and upset Thanks to the publisher for an advance digital copy in exchange for a fair review This novel details the adventures Die große China Saga geht weiter Paul ebt schon so Owls: Birds of the Night lange in China dass er glaubt das Land und die Frau mit der er sein Leben teilen möchte.